Audio hiccups

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    Hello all, I’m experiencing occasional audio hiccups during gameplay and was wondering if anybody else has experienced this. The audio sounds great when it’s working, but it will drop out for 1-2 seconds at random intervals. I first thought this was only with PSX games, but I noticed that it will do this on SNES and NES as well. I haven’t tweaked any audio settings on my config, they are all default. I am running on a RPi2 with what I believe is the most recent version of Retropie (I did a binary install at the beginning of April). Any suggestions on what I could try to tweak to fix the audio?



    I just asked a similar question, and apparently most of it is just the everyday problems of emulation. However you can sometimes fix it by either overclocking the pi, or increasing the video memory allocation. Hope this helps!

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